If this isn't your first time here then you will probably know by now that I love getting out and about in nature. Going for a walk is one of my favourite things to do when I have some spare time and it was whilst I was out on a walk recently that I spotted… Continue reading My top 3 childhood games with flowers, how many do you remember playing?
So, that's it, another month has gone by. That means it's time for another roundup post where I share my highs, lows and standout moments with you. Let me know yours in the comments! I would love to hear! I hope that you enjoy reading! HIGH My social media and blog engagement. If you read my… Continue reading My May in a nutshell
Everybody has books that they remember reading as a child, books that were special then and stay special now. Have you thought about which books they are for you? I was thinking about this recently and it got me all nostalgic, and left me desperate to get some copies of ones that made the list… Continue reading My most memorable childhood stories
Wise words aren't they? You will probably be aware by now that I love reading quotes, I find them so inspiring. I also find it comforting when I come across some words that somebody else has spoken that I can either relate to or that can make me feel better about something that is troubling… Continue reading How I found inspiration in the words of another
They're everywhere nowadays aren't they? I thought they might just be a craze when they first hit the shelves but it doesn't seem that way now. Adult colouring books are really standing the test of time! Are they worth the hype though? Do they provide for us what they claim to or is it a… Continue reading Are adult colouring books worth the hype?
The Handmaid's Tale is a book that I received as a gift a long time ago, found a spot on my bookshelf for and then forgot about. That was, until the beginning of this year when I was looking through my books and making a list of the main ones that were on my unread list… Continue reading A book review: The Handmaid’s Tale
Notice that I have titled this post as things. So, people don't factor into this one, I mean, it goes without saying that I can't live without my friends and family! Also, just before I get into it, I want to just say that this is a fun, little activity that I wanted to do.… Continue reading 10 things I can’t live without
I'm really intrigued. What makes somebody a morning person or a night owl? I'm not really either. I work shift work and as a result my body clock is pretty much all over the place. Sure, there are down sides to this but the positive is that I can now literally sleep anywhere and at… Continue reading Are you a morning person or a night owl?
I watched the film adaptation of The Woman in Black years ago. What compelled me to watch it was a mixture of loving horror films and complete intrigue as to how Daniel Radcliffe would tackle an adult role. Anyway, I watched the film and I didn't think about it again. It was one of those films that… Continue reading The book versus movie debate: The Woman in Black
I say home but this can apply to your bedroom as well if you don't have your own place or you share your home etc. I have spoken a little on my blog recently about decluttering and organising my home, it's become something of an obsession for me. So, despite being far from an expert… Continue reading How to: declutter your home effectively